2014 ISECON Proceedings - Workshop Presentation

Implementing Storage & Data Management into IS Programs


Mark Conway
Sr. Program Lead, NetApp Academic Alliances Program

Thursday - 11/6/2014 at 1:30 p.m. in Severn 1

Target Audience and Overview
This workshop is designed for faculty members currently teaching Information Systems and/or Information/Communication Technology–related courses who want to provide students a foundational understanding of storage and data management and how those systems support and enable virtualization, cloud, data center and network infrastructures and services. If your school/program is currently teaching other certifications in areas such as networking and virtualization, this workshop will provide an excellent vehicle for you to develop plans and content to align your courses with emerging IT management trends and best practices

Mark Conway is the Sr. Program Lead for Academic Alliances at NetApp.  In this role he works with faculty and colleges and universities to enrich their IS-related programs, curricula, and student learning opportunities with teaching resources on storage, data management and emerging topics such as virtualization, cloud computing and data center architectures. Mark has developed and led innovative industry-academic partnership programs for leading technology firms including Digital Equipment, PeopleSoft, Hyperion Solutions, Oracle and NetApp.

Recommended Citation: Conway, M., (2014). Implementing Storage & Data Management into IS Programs. The Proceedings of the Information Systems Education Conference, v.31 n.3178, Baltimore, Maryland